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There’s a reason that fall is the most favorable of the four seasons for many. In addition to marking the official countdown to the holidays, this time of year marks the commencement of sweater weather. While a cozy sweater is definitely an autumn staple, choosing the right one marks the real test.
According to Marie Claire, browns and earth tones (which the publication adoringly dubs “craving caramels”) are timeless fall colors and are particularly a star go-to for the fall season.
Think about it — browns, taupes, tans and other earth tones warmly complement any skin tone and perfectly pair with several other fall staples like overcoats, boots and scarves of any color. Also, I would be remiss to ignore that this color palette makes for the most Instagram-worthy photos you can imagine (especially with the brown falling leaves serving as your au naturel background).
While Marie Claire listed the likes of Hermès, Dior and Tibi as the spearheaders of this fall runway trend, it’s safe to say that luxury high fashion pieces are financially out of reach for most.
To help you achieve this timeless fall look while sticking to a budget that’s under $200, we’ve listed 10 of our favorite earth tone sweaters that will certainly upgrade your fall fashion game.
And, best of all, we’ve got both men and women covered with 10 classic options (five each)! Check out these hot picks below.
1. Anrabess Women’s Turtleneck Long Batwing Sleeve Sweater, $26.99 – $39.99
This No. 1 best-selling women’s batwing sweater on Amazon comes in over 18 colors, but this caramel hue is the most luxe of the bunch. It’s roomy, cozy and features an easy pullover silhouette to fit most body types.
2. Onlypuff Sherpa Pullover Sweater For Women, $17.99 – $27.99
Sherpa — aka teddy — is a must-have for fall, and this khaki tunic-style pullover sweater is the epitome of cozy chic.
3. Nike Sportswear Essential Collection Women’s Washed Fleece Hoodie, $63.97 (Orig. $75)
Everyone needs a sporty fleece hoodie in their wardrobe, and few brands do fleece as well as Nike. The brand’s best-selling Essential Collection hoodie comes in plus and standard sizing, and it’s currently 14% off!
Everlane strikes the perfect balance between minimalism and high quality, and this oversized turtleneck “ReCashmere” sweater is the perfect example.
5. Charter Club Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater, $69.99 (Orig. $99)
1. Amazon Essentials Men’s V-Neck Sweater, $20.20 – $39.35
When it comes to men’s fashion, nothing beats a simple, earth tone V-neck sweater. It’s versatile enough to wear with jeans or slacks. Get this Amazon Essentials best-selling pick starting at just $20.20!
2. Buck Mason California Cashmere Crew, $175
Buck Mason leads the charge in high-quality men’s knitwear. From cardigans and sweaters to tees and even jeans, they’ve got all the basics you need. The brand’s California Cashmere Crew is so soft that you’ll want to wear it every day.
Suitsupply isn’t just known for its impeccably tailored suits and separates — it’s also the perfect place to snag other menswear pieces like knitwear. This versatile light brown turtleneck is extremely soft, thanks to its warm wool-cashmere fabric blend. Pair it with slacks and white sneakers or a two-piece suit and loafers.
4. J.Crew Eco Donegal Sweater, $138
J.Crew is like sweater heaven in the fall. This season, the brand’s best-selling Eco Donegal Sweater is back! It’s lightweight and super soft. Also, better yet, it features 80% recycled yarns from an Italian mill that specializes in eco-friendly recycled fabrics.
Lastly, if you’re going for a slightly more buttoned-up — or zipped-up — look, the Bonobos Cotton Cashmere Half-Zip sweater is a must-have. It’s structured, comfortable and features a subtle chevron pattern that adds to its high-end flair.
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